I tried Alyx with the USB 2.0 charge lead and was pretty unplayable tbh. Lots of graphic artefacts, tearing and lag. Sure the Quest may currently be limited to 150Mbps, but isn’t that just video? There is more than just video being transmitted down the cable, there is tracking data etc. So maybe USB 2.0 just can’t handle this so well on some more demanding games?
Maybe. I had already finished Alyx but played it a bit yesterday with the official Link cable on USB 3 to see the new water/bottle physics. I had Alyx set to Ultra and experienced no banding or graphics anomalies - everything was smooth, crisp, and clear with no noticeable latency. I'm playing on a laptop with a i9 8950hk and a GTX 1080oc.I also have an aftermarket 10' USB 3.0 cable that cable only work sometimes - it's problematic and doesn't seem nearly as stable as the official cable. Personally, I think the aftermarket solutions are a real roll of the dice when it comes to quality and functionality.
Just watched this movie - while it was a nice (and somewhat fun and surprising) movie, it did not really touch me, never got close to tears nor felt great excitement - compared with many other IMDB 8+ movies. Parasite wasn't 8.5 in my book (current IMDB rating is 8.5). It wasn't a bad movie, I might rate it 7.0, but probably not higher. Of course hard to go beyond a 7+ rating with no spaceships in the movie, and the budget being less than $100 mill, lol.
Having bought most of my games on the Oculus store front, I wish Oculus has something a bit more higher end sooner then later. ....
the best solution is to find and download hacked versions of your own purchased games ...
AH training to the classic tunes of Survivor!